Hi there i havent , used tv for about 2 months as we bought new one , i have given it to a freind but there is no sound, im thinking that may be the remote may have been messed with by my grandson , but i have checked it and cant seem to get sound
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Corrupted firmware. An update is necessary. Contact any service technician. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Firmware (Software) update procedure of many popular brand TVs and other devices are given in detail.
This is a common problem with Sanyo televisions. This is a faulty main board and it gets even worse. Sanyo does not use a standard main board in their models. You will need to look at the main board (this is where your HDMI cables plug in) at the bottom there should be a part number such as N7AJ. Shop Jimmy is probably the best place to find the part; however, you will likely be waiting a few months because this is such a HUGE problem with Sanyo televisions that no-one can keep the parts in stock. This happened to my 46 inch DP46819 model and it took almost 5 months to get the part, which did fix the problem. This all started suddenly, one day the television was fine, the next there was no sound or picture and just a green light on the front of the set that also went out after about 15 minutes. I searched everywhere for the part and found nothing. When researching the problem there are LITERALLY hundreds of thousands of this exact same complaint for these Sanyo televisions. Like I said it took 5 months to get the part from Shop Jimmy (shopjimmy.com) but I finally did get the television fixed. I have since bought a Vizio and given the Sanjunk to my grandkids to play video games on.
WOW we bought 2 of those tv,s..... 1 from sears and and had lines through the centre.. took it back and went to future shop and bought the same. within hours of turning it then off and back on the tv would not work. woud act like the remote was being used and it was on the table. took it back and bought a sanyo... no more problems...
Hi, all you need is optical toslink to rca converter(adapter) but you will really loss some clarity and features because converting digital to analog always eats up quality and the disadvantage is still now these adapters has 2.1 output not 5.1 i hope this will solve your problem regards, cseian
I have the exact same problem. It's a volume control issue. For me, when I turn my TV on and have it on low volume, it works fine (but sounds somewhat distorted). But once I turn the volume up to normal levels, the speakers crackle and then go out. I opened my tv and checked my speakers, and they were perfectly fine; not blown or anything. As well, the audio processor and circuitry didn't appear burned at all.
This used happened every few months for 30min or and hour at a time. Then, about 2 months ago, it happened again, and ever since then it still hasn't worked properly. The only way I got around this was by buying a cheap 2.1 speaker system, and connecting it to the audio output on the TV. Or you could buy a speaker bar or home theater system. I believe this issue has to do with problems with the circuitry in the audio amplifier, and there's not much you can do except add external speakers, or contact Sanyo if you still have an active warranty.
Depending on where you bought your TV (such as from walmart), its possible that the LCD panel was produced by Sanyo, but the electronics were done in China. Walmart does this with nearly every TV they sell.
I do not want to offend anyone but 1. r u using the correct batteries. 2. is the batteries placed correctly inside the camera. 3. is the battery power rating fresh/strong. If u have read and followed the guides in the operating manual and u still have the problem, I strongly suggest u return the camera to the place you bought it for a replacement
Here is a list of faults for that tv. Is recommended to take to a qualified repair shop. I could not find a recall for that set, only a complaint about a different Sanyo set that should have been recalled. Find that link here http://www.my3cents.com/showReview.cgi?id=41608 and the link for some known or I would assume common faults listed for quicker repair for Sanyo televisions. http://www.euras.com/repair_tips_1/SANYO/DS25320/DS25320_SANYO.htm
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press device key for 6 seconds
led will blink solid
key in code
correct code will cause led to blink 3 times
press power button to confirm code works.